Online shopping is now an established part of daily life: we get food, clothes and other goods delivered to our door in a couple of clicks. Online shopaholics, of which there are many, are may sometimes forget about a parcel or miss a call from the courier. Unsurprisingly, this is exploited by attackers who use fake delivery notifications as bait. One example of this is … [Read more...] about Criminals steal payment details of DHL customers
Insights from the RSA Conference and Cisco Live What is it that customers truly want from their security? Is it simplicity? Robust protection? Agility and flexibility? Yes! In today’s uncertain world where new challenges are being thrown at IT teams each day, security must meet many diverse needs. At the end of the day, it’s about keeping the entire business resilient despite … [Read more...] about What do customers really want (and need) from security?
Microsoft on Thursday disclosed that it addressed a pair of issues with the Azure Database for PostgreSQL Flexible Server that could result in unauthorized cross-account database access in a region. "By exploiting an elevated permissions bug in the Flexible Server authentication process for a replication user, a malicious user could leverage an improperly anchored regular … [Read more...] about Microsoft Azure Vulnerability Exposes PostgreSQL Databases to Other Customers
We are thrilled to announce the general availability of CrowdStrike’s newest innovation: Falcon XDR. Founded on our pioneering endpoint detection and response (EDR) technology and the power of the CrowdStrike Security Cloud, Falcon XDR delivers the next generation of unified, full-spectrum extended detection and response (XDR) so security teams can stop breaches faster. Tackle … [Read more...] about Falcon XDR: Now Available to Customers
Log4Shell, the latest critical vulnerability, found in the Log4j2 Apache Logging Services library, poses a serious threat to organizations Active attempts to exploit the vulnerability were identified in the wild, currently making it the most severe threat CrowdStrike utilizes indicators of attack (IOAs) and machine learning to protect our customers CrowdStrike continues to … [Read more...] about How CrowdStrike Protects Customers from Log4Shell Threats
“When we think about Humio, it’s not just about stopping breaches, right? It’s about having companies run better, their IT systems performing better, having better customer interactions, because customers are delighted by the performance of the systems.” — George Kurtz, CEO & Co-Founder, CrowdStrike The Falcon Platform + Humio: The future of XDR Q: As part of the … [Read more...] about Customers, Conviction, Speed: A Conversation With George Kurtz, CEO and Co-Founder at CrowdStrike
At Cisco, we are committed to partnering with the federal government to help them meet the mission. These days, that mission relies more than ever on a dynamic security architecture and partners you can trust to keep your workloads, workforce, and workplaces safe. The past year and half have brought unprecedented change: President Biden’s executive order created new and needed … [Read more...] about Secure. Compliant. Effective. Meeting the Needs of our Federal Customers.
U.S. technology firm Kaseya, which is firefighting the largest ever supply-chain ransomware strike on its VSA on-premises product, ruled out the possibility that its codebase was unauthorizedly tampered with to distribute malware. While initial reports raised speculations that the ransomware gang might have gained access to Kaseya's backend infrastructure and abused it to … [Read more...] about Kaseya Rules Out Supply-Chain Attack; Says VSA 0-Day Hit Its Customers Directly
In yet another sign that the Russian hackers who breached SolarWinds network monitoring software to compromise a slew of entities never really went away, Microsoft said the threat actor behind the malicious cyber activities used password spraying and brute-force attacks in an attempt to guess passwords and gain access to its customer accounts. "This recent activity was mostly … [Read more...] about SolarWinds Hackers Breach Microsoft Customer Support to Target its Customers
We know all too well that security can be a grind and that modern threats are and will continue to become more and more stealthy and sophisticated. A few years ago, the typical security practitioner’s plight was often described as an anxiety-inducing and exhausting existence that involved sifting through an endless barrage of alerts and reacting whenever known threats had … [Read more...] about Straight from the source: 3 ways customers are improving security with Secure Network Analytics